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Asset Management (Executive Development Programme)

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Scheduled Date: Monday, November 30, -1/Monday, November 30, -1
Training Provider: Jumeirah
Type: Training course
City: Dubai
Country: United Arab Emirates
Sector: Management
Languages : English

This one day course will introduce participants to the key considerations that senior managers take into account in determining the acquisition (disposal) and management of hotels as assets. These include major capital investments (valuations), synergy with brand standard and management contract or franchise agreements. This course will give participants a taste for the sorts of information that such decisions are based upon and an understanding of the criteria that are used in making such critical choices.


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